Anurag Prasad

Reliance: In a search of a few good men

Mukesh Ambani is personally overseeing an ambitious programme to hire and train laterals. Will this help the behemoth win the war for talent?

The power base of good earth

Geothermal energy may be the answer to India’s energy deficit.

Tastes like a million bucks

The Lebua Hotel in Bangkok is cooking up the world’s most expensive dinner.

Second coming

As HCL Technologies’ Vineet Nayar rolls out the next phase of his ‘Employee First’ concept, he says the slowdown will benefit the IT company.

Send smoke signals, make money

Qualcomm’s trick to promote the use of fuel-efficient stoves: Cut carbon, click on app, and count the cash.

United Technologies' bid to win India

America’s most diverse manufacturer is on a mission: reach $100 billion by 2020. And it can’t get there without India.

The cost of smarts

Tata Docomo and Reliance Infocomm’s low-priced schemes are regulars on any list of disruptions. They should also be remembered as sobering tales of value destruction.

The profitable Nokia

No more handsets. Nokia is now a telecom infrastructure business, and India could help it do better.

Uninor’s Vikings

Its near-death experience in India has built a cadre of toughened managers, who are being sent all over the world.